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Keith Sherrard (left) of Parksville helps Wayne Radomsae of Penticton haul in a pink salmon at the confluence of the Quinsam and Campbell rivers Wednesday. Early and abundant pink salmon numbers have anglers flocking to the Campbell River in hopes of hooking a big one. - Alistair Taylor/The Mirror
Keith Sherrard (left) of Parksville helps Wayne Radomsae of Penticton haul in a pink salmon at the confluence of the Quinsam and Campbell rivers Wednesday. Early and abundant pink salmon numbers have anglers flocking to the Campbell River in hopes of hooking a big one.
— image credit: Alistair Taylor/The Mirror

Keith Sherrard (left) of Parksville helps Wayne Radomsae of Penticton haul in a pink salmon at the confluence of the Quinsam and Campbell rivers Wednesday. Early and abundant pink salmon numbers have anglers flocking to the Campbell River in hopes of hooking a big one.

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